Barbara O'Reilly

O’REILLY:  Barbara Dianne

Passed away at West Haldimand General Hospital Hagersville on January 30, 2019. Barbara O”Reilly age 74 years, sister of Lorraine Pireur, & the late Albert, Duncan, Patrick, & Jimmy, also survived by several nieces & nephews.  Barbara is a retired employee of Dofasco, Hamilton and enjoyed her time volunteering with the WHGH Auxiliary. Barbara’s cremated remains will be buried with her family.   www.rhbanderson.com   




Condolences

Posted by Debbie on
Miss Me - But Let Me Go

When I come to the end of the road
And the sun has set for me
I want no rites in a gloom filled room
Why cry for a soul set free?

Miss me a little, but not for long
And not with your head bowed low
Remember the love that once we shared
Miss me, but let me go.

For this is a journey we all must take
And each must go alone.
It's all part of the master plan
A step on the road to home.

When you are lonely and sick at heart
Go to the friends we know.
Laugh at all the things we used to do
Miss me, but let me go.

RIP Auntie Diane xxoo
Posted by Lorraine on
I will truly miss my dear sister,Dianne was a very special part of my life, she will be forever in my heart, till we meet again
your Loving Sister Lorraine
Posted by susan o'reilly on
I will miss Aunt Dianne's contagions laughter and forever remember the many jokes we shared. I wish l had more time to spend with you Rest in Peace.
Love Lynn and Denny
Posted by Susan and Albert on
Aunt Dianne will be missed, over the years many of our memories will enter our minds, Both Albert and I were honored to have Dianne as a Bride's maid in our wedding party 38 years ago. Our many trips to Belleville, Ontario to surprise Uncle Dick so unexpected at at the last minute was a road trip full of laughter and fond memories. May you rest in Peace.

Susan O'Reilly
Posted by Dorothy Smith on
After many years reconnecting with you has been a very special time for me and my husband Don. The times we spent together, with my girls, Nancy and Karen and their families will be cherished. I will miss our chats and our lunches together about the old times as the Clay girls. I will miss you and can't believe you are gone, Rest in Peace till me meet again.
Love Dorothy and Don...Nancy and Dale Peddle...Karen and Grant Trundou and their families.
Posted by Windy Fournier on
I remember you fondly throughout my childhood..you were always kind and I will always remember your contagious laugh that would fill a room. Time spent with you and my grandma are some of my favourite memories Both Gerry and I will miss you and can’t believe you are no longer with us. Cynthia and Bradley enjoyed the times you spent with them when they were young.Sadly time goes by and we all get wrapped up in daily life forgetting the people we most cherish. I wish I had made more time for you in your latter years. I will always love you and I thank you for all the great memories that I will cherish forever.

Love your niece Windy
Posted by Ryan O'Reilly on
Aunt Dianne was never shy to let you know what she thought, good or bad. She was quick to praise whenever she could and I will always remember her with a smile on her face, accompanied with her signature chuckle.

I am sure we have all thought at one point,"I wish I had spent more time with her", especially in the later years. I really appreciate the time I DID have with her and will make sure my future children know who she was, and what she was like. I will instill the same good humor and supportiveness in my children she taught me.

As sad as the news of Aunt Dianne's passing is, I can't help but smile when I think of her.

You will be missed.

Love Ryan
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